Be the first to sail the brand new Oceanis 41.1
All about the boat
Launching in 2017 the brand new Oceanis 41.1 is the newest 3 cabin layout from Beneteau. Enjoy the luxuriously spacious, ultra modern interior, combined with a fully battened mainsail to maximise sailing performance. The outside space on board this yacht is also incredible for both sailing and lazy lunches at anchor. Twin helms mean an exceptionally spacious cockpit and easy access to the sea.
Why book now?
By booking now you can save up to 15% off the cost of this yacht in early booking discounts! Prices start from £2100 for a week in May (just £265 per person based on 8 sharing), rising to £3750 per week in peak season. Want an exact price for the week or fortnight you are after? Get in touch!
This boat is equipped with linen, 2 towels per person/ per week, galley equipment for max. number of persons on board, including italian coffee maker, filter coffee maker, kettle and all pots, pans and dishes.
Sail through the Dalmatian Islands
The Dalmatian Islands archipelago is made up of a staggering 1185 islands, although only 50 of these are populated. With such a wide variety of islands this area gives you some great opportunities to explore to your hearts content. Enjoy short hops between the islands or longer days to cover more ground - the choice is yours!
Consider the contrasts: quiet bays, exciting nightlife, traditional markets, modern supermarkets, gentle morning breezes and exciting afternoon sea breezes - the list goes on! Modern marinas are interspersed with century old town quays, metropolitan meccas are just a stones throw from national marine parks. Sailing in Croatia (as the cliché goes) has something for everyone.
Sail from Split Kastela - just a short transfer from Split Airport and the perfect central location to start your island hopping adventure.
What's the weather like?
Croatia is a hugely popular destination. With it's Adriatic coastline averaging around 2600 hours of sunlight a year you’ll easily be able to top up your tan whilst out sailing!
In summer you can expect a lovely 30 degrees and in May and October is gets down to the low 20’s.The prevailing wind in Croatia is a north westerly, with an average of a force 4 to 6 during the season. A wind to keep an eye out for is the 'Bora', which is a north easterly, that can be a surprise for those who've not checked their forecasts.
Fancy being one of the first to sail this stunning yacht around Croatia?